A beautiful way to develop confidence is to practice humility. No person can always be right. To try and justify our actions knowing well we erred will make us feel guilty and uneasy. So why not admit the mistake and enjoy the feeling of mental relief? Owning responsibility will raise our esteem in the eyes of others. It also opens our minds to learning as people around us feel free to offer their suggestions and new and better solutions will emerge.
So lets we as teachers, leaders, friends and parents have no pretenses of being infallible by remembering Erza T. Benson’s words ~“Pride is concerned with who is right and Humility is concerned with what is right”!
Have a lovely weekend dear friends and lets all keep smiling 🙂